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Kaleidos made from ...... Bright and Bold Dichroic Glass!! ~ Jan and Francine's Favourite

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This is Jan and Francine's favourite from a 3x3 collage of kaleidoscopes made from dichroic glass, that I posted on 30 November. I make my kaleidoscopes and collages using freely available images and a variety of programs. A 3x3 collage usually takes around 2 hours to make.

It gives me immense pleasure making them, and I hope it gives you pleasure solving them. :-)

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RandomWorship

Ah, the lure of the orange is drawing you in, AH! It's irresistible you know! LOL

ancienthippy

GREAT HAPPENINGS IN THE ONE. I'VE NEVER BEEN ONE FOR ORANGE, BUT SEEMS LIKE I HAVE MADE AND WORKED QUITE A FEW ORANGE ONES OF LATE. PEACE.

RandomWorship

Naughty Nicky!!! LOL But I'm glad you had fun with the puzzle.

niccolino59

Bold and bright! Strange - I've just eaten a chocolate bar (naughty as I'm dibetic!) then solved the puzzle, then read the comments!

RandomWorship

What an amazing coincidence, Francine! You're eating the chocolate cookies, while I'm posting a chocolate themed fave of yours. Now THAT'S a "Twilight Zone' moment. LOL And I'm glad you enjoyed it. :)))

RandomWorship

Yay! It's like a big, bright, beautiful party Katie. Cheers!! :)))

bookish

Great colour combinations as well as design. Cheerful (still have 'white'/snow everywhere.)
Hee-hee, ate three dark-chocolate covered cookies, dunked in coffee, just before solving this lovely. Thanks Kirsten. (2:01)

buckeye425

Oooh! I'll share some of the lovely dark chocolate too! So much the better while basking in glorious orange surrounding it all! Thanks Kirsten!

RandomWorship

Gosh thanks Diane! What an honour. Thank you very much. And I hope you get time soon to come back and roam Jigidi to your hearts content. :)))

RandomWorship

Ah! It's actually not an Australianism Ardy. I think it's chatroom or text speak for eating. I think it's the noise you make while you eat! June uses it a lot too, which cracks me up!

I didn't have time to SOLVE PUZZLES this A.M. so I picked one and it was yours- great fun. Thank you. DIANE FROM N.J.

ringleader

Kirsten, my small Oz vocab doesn't include "nom" Translate, please.

RandomWorship

Excellent!! Those torches are shining the way for me. nom, nom, nom. LOL And I don't know why the good things become no, no's as we get older. Are you sure they're not nom, noms? :)))

ringleader

Blue torches (flashlights in my part of the world) are illuminating the lovely blue flower perched on top of your white chocolate. There was a time I would have asked for a bite but no more. Why do so many "good" things become "no-no's" as we get older? I like the design here and that shade of blue is scrumptious. Thanks, Kirsten. Now for the finale.

RandomWorship

I'm sure she won't mind, Barb! And if she's like me, I always say "better on your hips than mine!". LOL

tigress

Ooh, can I share the dark chocolate with Gail, Kirsten?? LOL
Another brilliant eye opener, as good as having my morning coffee. Lovely design. Now to puzzle 3. :-)

RandomWorship

Okaaaay. As long as I can have the unwrapped white one in the centre! LOL

octomom

I think there are seven bars of dark chocolate underneath those wrappers!